Sharpe's Gold: Richard Sharpe and the Destruction of Almeida, August 1810 Multiple Choice Test Questions

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Chapter 1-2

1. How is the morale of the forces aligned against Napoleon?
(a) Cautiously optimistic.
(b) Low and feeling as though the war is lost.
(c) Angry.
(d) Elated.

2. Who are the only Spanish people fighting the war?
(a) The merchant class.
(b) The nobles.
(c) No one.
(d) Peasants.

3. How is Sharpe's morale?
(a) About the same as the others around him.
(b) He is despondent and sure the war is lost.
(c) Not the same as the others around him.
(d) He is happy and completely optimistic not just about the war but about life in general.

4. What is the South Essex Regiment of riflemen?
(a) The unit that Sharpe wants to join.
(b) The unit commanded by the Prince of Orange.
(c) The unit commanded by the Duke of York.
(d) Sharpe's unit.

5. Who are Robert Knowles and Patrick Harper?
(a) The two best spies in the British army.
(b) Two men discussing Sharpe.
(c) Two soldiers who have gone awol.
(d) Two men who are double agents.

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